Introducing TIMZ On his fiery and autobiographical debut CD, TIMZ—aka Tommy Hanna, an American born rapper of Chaldean and Iraqi descent--gets right up in our faces, mixing explosive, Middle Eastern tinged beats with incendiary rhymes in an effort to shatter those ugly stereotypes that have plagued people who look like him since 9/11 and the start of the Iraq war. Make no mistake, the title of his powerful, outspoken and heavy grooving 14- track collection—a nominee for Best Hip-Hop Album... ( 2 reviews )
This is a music video for a david rovics song. www.davidrovics.com to download the song (and others) for nothing. ( 2 reviews ) Topic: bush blair iraq fascism protest rovics music folk pilger nuremberg goering
5th April 2010 10:44 EST WikiLeaks has released a classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad -- including two Reuters news staff. Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-site, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: US Army, crime, war crime, irak, murder, kill, civilian, journalist, reuters, resistance
The western 'way of life' is at the cost of too much waste; The war in Iraq is about economic control and oil. This military war will not be won. The people are not being liberated, what is going to happen ? ( 5 reviews ) Topics: iraq, war, oil, bush, liberation
Khalid Mashal Khalid Mashal was born in 1956 in the Silwad neighborhood of Ramallah. He moved with his family to Kuwait and lived there until the 1990 Gulf War. He led Islamist Palestinians at Kuwait University, challenging the dominance of Yasser Arafat's Palestine Liberation Organization on the Kuwait University campus. Mashal participated in the foundation of the Islamic Haqq Bloc, which competed with Fateh's blocs on leading the General Union for the Palestinian Students in Kuwait. He holds... ( 7 reviews ) Topic: Palestine, Israel, Hamas, Election
Music video showing the growing debate over the war in Iraq. Video has recently been aired on Chicago's independent cable network (CAN-TV), Chicago's (WGN) and India's one world television. Music created and produced by Aldo Nova from his Columbia Records release, "Subject...Aldo Nova", no longer available. All Video elements compiled from Micheal Moore films, 28 days later, Star Wars, Star Trek, and the terminator series. Video elements have been modified so not to infringe on any... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: War Protest, gore, violence, open source film, Homegrown Video Productions, Democrat, George W....
This is a discussion about the Iraq War a week before the US invaded hosted at Capitol University in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Richard Hermann - director of ther Mershon institute at OSU Dr. Bob Fitrakis - political science professor at Columbus State, author of the ideal democratic socialism in America, editor of the Freepress Dr. Laurie Milroy - American Enterprise Institute ( 2 reviews ) Topic: iraq war
TEDD WEYMAN: THE NUCLEAR WAR ON IRAQ Deputy Director of the Uranium Medical Research Centre, working with Dr. Asaf Durakovic, Tedd Weyman organized and led field studies in Afghanistan and Iraq to measure and analyse uranium contamination of radiotoxic and chemotoxic heavy metals ('depleted uranium,' etc.) from battlefield weapons. The use of uranium in non fissile-penetrating weapons and bunker busters are effectively nuclear weapons, Weyman reports. It is known world wide, he says, that DU... ( 12 reviews ) Topic: weyman, nuclear war, iraq, depleted uranium, crime, government, human rights, bush, cheney,...
ITÂS ILLEGAL, ITÂS IRRATIONAL, ITÂS MAKING OUR PLANET UNLIVABLE: DEPLETED URANIUM One of the worldÂs leading epidemiologists, Rosalie Bertell is the author of Planet Earth: The Latest Weapon of War: A Critical Study into the Military and the Environment. She spoke twice at the United Nations' May 2005 nuclear non proliferation treaty review -- on the subject of depleted uranium. Dr. Bertell summarizes her UN comments. (Part 5 of a series. 23 min.) Also on this page is Part 4.. Part 4: MAKE... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Depleted Uranium, genocide, america
A short film using a variety of clips focusing on the ongoing unnecessary conflict in Iraq and the tyranny of American president George W Bush... set to the music of System of a Down ( 2 reviews ) Topics: george bush, iraq, war
Rumsfeld's World This was based on some silent workprint footage ("A-Bomb Blast Effects") that I found online at the Prelinger Archive. The soundtrack is from Erik Satie's Ogives. I decided to build this film after I saw what Rumsfeld was doing in our conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere - to me it seemed like he belonged to a previous generation, and the workprint footage seemed to strike a chord in my consciousness. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: atomic bomb, politics, Donald Rumsfeld
In a dictatorship there is no choice, the elections are controlled, the police are the military, fear equals control, speech is suppressed, the economy is looted, the people are slaves. We dont know the future but weve studied human history and regardless of who wins the November election in 2004 the new world order wins. --Alex Jones ( 13 reviews ) Topics: tyranny, patriotism, patriot, liberty, new, world, order, george, bush, election, 2004, john,...
Bush taunting those tempted to attack U.S. forces, "Bring them on". Said July 2, 2003 [2003-07-02]. File also includes footage of Bush on aircraft carrier when overhead banner read "Mission Accomplished", on May 1, 2003 [2003-05-01]. ... I'm working on a video project which required the "Mission Accomplished" footage. Was unable to find it on net. So pulled a copy off Fahrenheit 9/11, using only center channel audio. This eliminates the (copyrighted) background... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Bush, Bring, Mission
This show features the Mohawk IMC's piece, "Independent Media in a Time of War." As Bush's poll ratings plummet and support for the war crumbles, it occurs to us that there are a lot of Americans out there who are wondering "how they could have fallen for the lies?" What went wrong to make them believe there were weapons of mass destruction or that Iraq was responsible for 9/11? Americans are wondering, how did I ever believe in this Administration? With that in mind, we are... ( 2 reviews )
http://freespeeches.net Tuesday, December 7, 2004 Donald Rumsfeld, on behalf of the United States government, visits with Saddam Hussein on December 20, 1983. ÂIn his 90-minute meeting with Rumsfeld, Saddam Hussein showed obvious pleasure with President [ReaganÂs] letter and RumsfeldÂs visit and in his remarks removed whatever obstacles remained in the way of resuming diplomatic relations, but did not take the decision to do so. ... Our initial assessment is that meeting marked positive... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: donald, rumsfeld, saddam, hussein, meeting, december, 20, 1983, iraq, syria, lebanon, plo, mission,...
A Link TV original production that explores Islam in an age when Muslim extremists are laying claim to the religion. Veteran NPR and PBS journalist, Ray Suarez, hosts a provocative roundtable discussion with American Muslim scholars and, via satellite, Mike Scheuer (AKA "Anonymous"), author of Imperial Hubris and a former CIA expert who has followed fundamentalist Islamic movements for a decade. The program gives Americans the opportunity to hear rarely-heard Muslim voices, including... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: linkshorts, Islam, Religion
An old-style propaganda film with out-dated war footage combined with updated propaganda animation elements. The film is set to a remix of the Modeste P. Moussorsky song "A Night on Bald Mountain". This film explores the ideas of mass mis-information campaigns, governmental scare tactics and oudated war tactics in the 21st century. ( 16 reviews ) Topics: War Propaganda Animation, War on Terrorism, Government Corruption
A rock and roll news reel on the Iraq War, propaganda, and the Bush aministration. Honest news with a beat you can dance to. I give it a 98. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Propaganda, Bush, Iraq, weapons of mass destruction, truth.
A prophetic music video about the real motivations underlying fanaticism in all its incarnations. This film was produced independently by Singing Fools in 1985 after the group's shortlived contract with A&M Records which had seen the Ottawa-based duo sell their masterpiece nuclear dancercise hit, "The Apocalypso", to Herb Alpert for a measly $100 advance and a grilled cheese platter in Scarborough. This controversial video was based on a controversial if prescient song originally... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: jihad, Holy War, God, love, fanaticism, Singing Fools, Bertrand Russell, Shah
STEPHEN PELLETIERE: Debunking the Bush Administration The CIAÂs senior political analyst on Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War, and then, from 1988 to 2000, Pelletiere was senior professor of national security affairs and the U.S. ArmyÂs expert on the Persian Gulf at the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA. Interview topics include: the probable Mossad involvement in the assassination of President Rafik Harriri in Beirut; IsraelÂs pursuit of KirkukÂs oil as part of the spoils of war on Iraq... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: PELLETIERE, iraq, cia
Music video showing the growing debate over the war in Iraq. Video has recently been aired on Chicago's independent cable network (CAN-TV), Chicago's (WGN) and India's one world television. Music created and produced by Aldo Nova from his Columbia Records release, "Subject...Aldo Nova", no longer available. All Video elements compiled from Micheal Moore films, 28 days later, Star Wars, Star Trek, and the terminator series. Video elements have been modified so not to infringe on any... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Musical Videos, 9/11, Twin Towers, WTC, shocking, Presidents, foreign policy, Micheal Moore, Aldo...
EMERGENCY TRUTH CONVERGENCE: Analysts and activists met in D.C. July 22-23, 2005 for a high-powered critique of issues often avoided as conspiracy theory by the established left. Prof. David Ray Griffin, author of two of the most important books on 9-11, observes, The American people have proved to be amazingly tolerant. They have not gotten terribly upset about the fact that they were deliberately lied to to go to war in Iraq. They are tolerant of a number of other horrible things that they... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: griffin, 9-11, military
This film includes images and clips from information distribution channels eg. thenausea.com and Al Jazeera, information on the Massacre at Wounded Knee, 1890, as enframement (I bagan searching these materials at www.bgsu.edu), as well as music from a band I used to play guitar with. I wanted to see what it was that the American propaganda services (AKA "news media") were prohibited from showing by the Washington friends of their Republican ("The Party") owners. I collected... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Iraq, war crimes, news
Animated feature with President George W. Bush, VP Dick Cheney, SOD Rumsfeld, and a cast of billions, revealing the weapon that will win the war on terror (WOT). Occasionally the mpeg4 streaming files don't work, but the realmedia streams work all the time.. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Terrorism, terror, Soldiers, War, Neal, Horsley, Bush, color, Politics, tsunami, religion, God,...
In a talk given September 19, 2004, Hersh predicts the Bush "victory" and warns what a second administration will entail. The talk was sponsored by the Washington bookstore Politics and Prose. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Election 2004, Iraq, Abu Ghraib
Street footage shot on Jan. 20, 2005 at the Presidential Inauguration in Washington D.C. This is the 2nd of a 4 part series of footage shot at the 2005 inauguration protests. Original video was shot with a MiniDV and exported to 480x480 mpeg file here. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 2005 presidential inauguration, protest footage, social movements
Amy Goodman speaks at the Midwest Renewable Energy Fair on her book tour: Exception to the Rulers. She describes the state of corporate dominated media and some of the costs of our oil dominated foriegn policies. Full length dvd's of the MREA Fair Keynote speakers will be available soon at www.the-mrea.org ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Amy Goodman, Corporate Media, Rulers, oilygarky
Rak Razam of Undergrowth.org interviews Richard Neville, Australian counter-culture writer and publisher of Oz Magazine in the 60s on hippies, evolution of consciousness and the global state of emergency... Topics: australian, writer, counter-culture, Oz Magazine
Critical Issuses #117 continues the ongoing discussion of the Iraq war, questioning the reasoning for not put forth a timeline for the US pull out, especially when the people had spoken at this last election. Joining Lyn for this show is the rest of the panel, Dr. Ron Kramer, Dr. Don Cooney, Elke Schoffers,Ph.D and Leigh A. Ford, Ph.D. all from the faculty of Western Michigan University. Topic: Critical Issues,Critical Issues Alternative Views,Iraq,Bush,Falwell,Congress
The panel discusses the new attempts by this administration to enter into a war with Iran and the stupidity of such a folly. Also was the announcement that on May 16, Cindy Sheehan will be visiting Critical Issues. Topics: Critical Issues, Critical Issues Alternative Views, Cindy Sheehan, Iran, Iraq, Bush, Folly Source: Digital Tape
Host Peter Coyote and selected guests examine the Bush Administration's "Iraq message", and its particular mix of rational and emotional arguments to rally the American people behind its buildup to war.
Invesitgative reporter, Greg Palast delivers a speech to a Mother's Day crowd, in San Diego in 2004, on the truth behind the Iraq War and the War on Terror. Topics: Iraq, terror, media, Alternate Focus
Recognition of universal human rights in enlightenment thought. Creation of the League of Nations and the United Nations, to protect human rights and to find alternatives for war. The evolution of power structures in the Un that allow powerful states to retain power and abuse their power. Putting pressure through organizing states within the UN and getting states to exercise their obligations to protect human rights. Topics: globalization, studies, alberta, lethbridge, canada, online, class, lecture, university, war,...
War is Peace: a focused look at how US Veterans and current soldiers view the US military policy and support for returning troops. Features the first part of an interview with Michael Franti a musician and activist during his recent tour in Iraq, Palestine, and Isreal. Also presented is a discussion with Verna Avery Brown of Pacifica Radio on the possible renewal of the draft. Topics: activism, TV, show
Muslim identity and the victimization of Muslims around the world. Emphasizing peace and social justice in Canada. Topics: globalization, studies, alberta, lethbridge, canada, online, class, lecture, university, islam,...
Town Hall Meeting on Iraq April 21, 2006 Univ. of Southern Maine, Portland, Maine Excerpts from a three and a half hour public town hall meeting on the Occupation of Iraq, which was sponsored by 45 religious and citizens groups from throughout Maine. Though invited, Maine's senators, congressmen and governor chose not to attend. More than 400 people did attend and 64 rose to address the empty seats of their representatives. Please help get this video aired on your local community access... Topics: Iraq, public opinion, town hall meeting
This month's program looks at the deteriorating situation in Iraq, protest of the Bush Inaugural extravaganza, political films of 2004, U.S. stinginess following the Asian Tsunami, and much more. For more recent shows, visit the website at www.libertynewstv.com. Topics: Asian tsunami, Liberty News TV, Liberty News, inauguration, protests, activism, Iraq war, Bush,...